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Hdtv dlp

What is HDTV DLP? HDTV DLP is the newest technology that has been released on the market. It is actually a different style of television from the Plasma or LCD screens that have been out for the last five years. The HDTV DLP has an optical semi conductor that offers a cleaner picture than even the Plasma or LCD according to Texas Instruments. The chip is like a light switch that contains a rectangular array of 2 million hinge mounted microscopic mirrors. The mirrors in the chip produce a high definition signal when combined with digital video, graphic signal, light sources, or a projection lens.

The HDTV DLP also works with the chip in the grayscale image. This means that when the projection system is on or off you have a light or dark pixel on the surface. The image is going to be more detailed with the chip. When color is added to the screen with this grayscale technology you get a clearer, cleaner picture with the HDTV DLP. Currently there are a few manufacturers of the HDTV DLP. Samsung and Mitsubishi are two of the televisions with the DLP technology. You will find they have produced large screens in the HDTV DLP line from 56″ to 73″ depending on the manufacturer. The resolution with the HDTV DLP is either 1920×1080 or 1280×720 depending on the size of the screen you choose.

The HDTV DLP televisions are also flat screen in design offering you’re a picture without light bouncing of the screen. You will also find that the HDTV DLP screens are combined with the latest in LED light technology. This means that the light source in the television will not burn out as quickly as the older technology. HDTV DLP comes in many sizes from regular television sets, projectors, cinema style, and other technology. If you are not yet ready for the HDTV DLP you will be once you see the actual pictures it can produce.

Since the technology is so new there are still issues with the HDTV DLP. You will find that you can have inaccurate color temperature that cannot be adjusted, and other minor geometry issues. What you should realize is that the HDTV DLP has a deep level of black, and a uniform rainbow of color for the images you are viewing. They also have plenty of video inputs. You should realize that the technology does need a little tweaking so before spending a couple of thousand you may want to wait.

December 29, 2007 - Posted by | Blogroll


  1. Great information.

    Comment by vivien | September 18, 2009 | Reply

    • Thank you.

      Comment by larry50 | September 22, 2009 | Reply

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